WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF THE OLD KINGDOM...

WHERE ONLY THE ABHORSEN CAN KEEP THE LIVING
SAFE FROM THE DEAD


COMING SOON

TERCIEL & ELINOR

TercielAndElinor

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OUT NOW:

SABRIEL 25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION

Sabriel 25th Anniversary Edition

GOLDENHAND

Goldenhand

Clariel

Clariel by Garth Nix - full cover treatment

Abhorsen

Abhorsen by Garth Nix

Lirael

Lirael by Garth Nix

Sabriel

Sabriel by Garth Nix

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Praise for the Old Kingdom series

'Nix is a master of the genre: his exquisitely detailed world-building is unparalleled, and his characters are ... tremendously alive and compelling.'
Sarah J. Maas

'Sabriel is a winner, a fantasy that reads like realism. Here is a world with the same solidity and four-dimensional authority as our own, created with invention, clarity and intelligence.'
Philip Pullman

Passionate, compelling, and teeming with the fantastic.’
Cassandra Clare

'Passionately exciting, full of intriguing characters and stunning scenery, Sabriel is sheer enjoyment.'
The Times

'Weaving horror and fantasy into a rich, original story. A powerful, gripping quest.'
The Age

'Rich, complex, involving, and hard to put down. Excellent high fantasy.'
Publishers Weekly

'Nix has created an ingenious, icy world in the throes of chaos. The action charges along at a gallop, imbued with an encompassing sense of looming danger. A page-turner for sure.'
ALA Booklist

'Filled with twists and turns, playful inventiveness and dark magic, and is sure to satisfy [Nix's] many readers.'
Locus

'The reader's absorption into the intrigue, magic and dazzling richness of the worlds and characters created by Nix is irresistible pleasure ...'
Australian Review of Books

'Terror, courage, bitterness, love, desperation, and sacrifice all swirl together in an apocalyptic climax that pits both Life and Death together against the destruction of everything ... breathtaking, bittersweet and utterly unforgettable.'
Kirkus Reviews